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Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Oct 19
An evocative video from ... When outrage isn't enough...
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Ferosa Lee Oct 20
Let's put an end to it, why do women have to live in fear?
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Karin Kerfoot Oct 18
Continuing to add pictures to my blog, with all photo credit to 💜
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AASAS Oct 20
Save the date for this Responding to Gender Based Violence Across the Prairies webinar.
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Lufuno Radzilani 10h
will never end because the justice system is corrupted,
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World Speech Day South Africa #worldspeechday 🇿🇦 Oct 21
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Darren Stewart Oct 19
Shack-dwellers movement Abahlali basemjondolo, have marched to City Hall demanding an end to , & . Photo credit: Darren Stewart
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SAWISE Oct 20
We cannot wait to present our panelists to you tomorrow for our virtual conversation on Gender based violence. We would love to engage with you during the discussion session, so please do not forget to RSVP!
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Lufuno Radzilani 10h
is real and we are all affected
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Michael Chaikof, MD Oct 21
Lockdowns DO have serious impacts. Many victims of have lost their escapes from abuse. Where is the outrage for them? Think about that next time you rage about your cancelled "Gender Reveal" Pyrotechnics or the fact that you need to wear a mask at the gym.
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Philippa Dods Oct 21
"Conversation is key. Consent is sexy. Caring is cool." I'm so excited to launch the Future Females Foundation, a nonprofit organisation working to empower women by combating and discrimination. Read our story & get involved here!
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The Pixel Project Oct 19
: Rape and acid threats made to Irish female politicians
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madimetša 20h
The message from the abuser is clear: ''You have no right to make the choices that impact your life. I have all the power, you have none."..
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Future Is Us Oct 20
The pandemic remains a global problem with the same root cause that is inequitable gender norms.
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Akina Mama wa Afrika 14h
Replying to @musiimee
We need to address the issue of resourcing that goes to at a regional level because there is so much work and so few resources, which affects the mental health of the people working around
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My_Aegis Oct 15
Men have been preying on women since the dawn of ages. For centuries, women have had no way of protecting themselves from . Well no more! women have the power to protect themselves from being a victim of rape and abuse.
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Prakash Ranjan Oct 19
Many from have demonstrated improved leadership skills at the difficult times of . Meet , who summarizes her efforts in , leading on & prevention.
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Bhunu🇿🇦 Oct 19
Waking up to painful news that my sister is no more😢😭💔💔💔💔. She was allegedly rapped and murdered in the early hours of today at Esikhawini Bhambatha in Kzn😢💔💔 Rest in Peace Mnguni💔💔🙏
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anna Oct 19
and are not issues of primary interest for people in South Asia (including women), they will never be taken up with any lasting passion or sense of urgency. Case after case just see passing outrage tinged with massive doses of misogyny.
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